January 2003 • Volume 14, NO. 1
As major American news networks continued to compete for ever-dwindling audiences in 2002, it seemed the real news of the year went largely unnoticed.
As 2002 ended, scandal once again encircled the British royal family. Will the royals survive this latest onslaught of mudslinging?
To students of history, the parallels between the developing federal monolith in Europe and the old Holy Roman Empire are uncanny. To students of prophecy, they are startlingly real.
Zimbabwe’s problems are spilling into the rainbow nation.
You may not be aware of it, but it wants to run your life! What is it? You need to identify it so you can whip it into submission. Because once tamed, it actually makes a great companion!
Does the common method for dating artifacts really give us an accurate timeline for civilization’s prehistory?
We are subject to natural law—and the penalties that follow when it is broken. In the name of progress, science seems intent on circumventing those penalties. Can they do that?
We heard all about Dolly. But far less publicity has been given to the darker side of cloning.
War on terror might be good, but should more effort be spent on a war on immorality?